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Hocuspocus is a small and extensible webserver for controlling key Linux apps remotely via a web server. This means you can adjust things like system volume from any browser, including a wifi enabled PDA such as the Iphone. Hocuspocus is written in Python using Greg Stein's EZT templating system. Support Apps:
- Alsa sound system
released on 7 May 2008
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